It was only a few days ago when I posted an update about me. That I am in the UK now. I’m so happy that I can’t hold this newest news any longer, I passed the OSCE!

It is with a grateful heart that I am writing this to say thank you to all who helped and supported me on my journey to become a UK RN. Finally, I am done with OSCE.

OSCE is the last exam International nurses have to pass to become registered nurses in the UK. In a nutshell, OSCE is like the culmination of everything that overseas nurses have worked hard for.

Thereafter, the NMC will grant the candidate a PIN as a Registered Nurse which means that they can practice nursing in the UK.

Looking back from when this crazy journey started – the application, processing, visa, and waiting time due to the pandemic. To finally passing the OSCE. All the sacrifices, efforts, time, and money have finally paid off.

However, It wouldn’t be possible without the help of many people- my family, relatives, and friends. I wrote a thank you post on my Facebook account in which I have personally mentioned special individuals and others who helped and supported me in this journey.

Big thank you from the bottom of my happy heart.

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